At Princeton, he joined Key and Seal Club and majored in the School of Public and International Affairs. His senior-year roommate was Bob Calkins.
After two years in the Army and then law school, Tom started a legal career. At Pfizer, he practiced in international business for 14 years before retiring and opening a boutique law practice.
He earned a bachelor’s degree in art history at SUNY Purchase and studied for an MFA in art history at the New York City School of Fine Arts. He later served on the SUNY board of trustees.
On the Mamaroneck Town Council he was a leader in the construction of the domed Hommocks Park Ice Rink and Pool. He was a Greenwich Hospital volunteer for 14 years and served terms on the Greenwich Hospital Auxiliary as treasurer and president.
Tom was active at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Larchmont for 40 years and was awarded the Bishop’s Cross in 2005.
He is survived by his children, Charles, Nancy, Linda, Penelope, and Elizabeth; and nine grandchildren. His wife, Joan, died in 1991.